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Madrid, 8th March, 2018. On International Women’s Day, this 8th March the women who work and collaborate with the Women for Africa Foundation will be supporting the feminist strike organised by the 8 M Commission, which has been called in over...
The agreement will be signed tomorrow by Bonet and Fernández de la Vega, with a talk. Madrid, 2nd April, 2018. The director of the Cervantes Institute, Juan Manuel Bonet, and the president of the Women for Africa Foundation, Mar...
Madrid, 9th March 2018. Accra, the capital of Ghana, will host next Sunday March 11th the inaugural reunion of the alumni of the Yale Forum for Strategic Impact, the first meeting in Africa of this innovative leadership forum. The Leadership Forum...
Madrid, 30th January, 2018. The Women for Africa Foundation and the NSIA Foundation (Nouvelle Société Interafricaine d’Assurance) have today signed a collaboration framework agreement by which the two entities will foster...
Madrid, 17th January. The Spanish Professional Medical Associations Organisation (Organización Médica Colegial, OMC), through its Foundation for International Cooperation (FCOMCI), has signed a collaboration agreement with the...
Madrid, 16th January. María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, the president of Women for Africa, and Gloria Campos García de Quevedo, the founder and director of the event management school ISEMCO, today signed an agreement to...
Abdellah Doulfikar Mouatassim, winner of the fifth contest organised every year by the Women for Africa Foundation, with the shot “Cariño” (“Care”). The second prize is for the picture “Soledad” (“...
The University of Camilo José Cela (UCJC) and the Women for Africa Foundation will join forces via a collaboration agreement with the common aim of fostering education and achieving the utmost development possible in Africa.
The award, worth €2,500, goes to Felisa Nchama Alogo Abuy from Equatorial Guinea.  This time, the prize in the research work category was not awarded. Madrid, 31st October 2017. Mamá vino para quedarse (‘Mum has come to stay...
Madrid, 03.10.2017. UNESCO and the Women for Africa Foundation have signed a collaboration protocol in Paris which aims to foster gender equality, the empowerment of women and their leadership, particularly in Africa.
July 28, 2017. After the success of the two previous editions, the Women for Africa Foundation is launching the third edition of the “Science by Women” program. This program promotes the leadership of the African women dedicated to...
10th July, 2017. The Women for Africa Foundation was given recognition by the diplomatic entity Casa África in the Public Diplomacy category “for its work in raising awareness about the role of women in development in Africa”. The...